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  • Here's a look at movies coming out in 2009

    By ROGER MOORE Sentinel movie critic Here's a look at films with scheduled 2009 release dates -- all dates are subject to change without notice. Feb. 6 Coraline (Focus) The latest animation from Henry Selick (Nightmare Before Christmas) concerns a...
  • Should media cover political conventions?

     
    by Frank James Slate's often provocative media critic Jack Shafer provokes again, questioning why 15,000 reporters are going to the political conventions which he says are news-free gatherings. Shafer comes to bury conventions, not to praise them. With...
  • John Madden makes a Texas Stadium toilet famous

     
    The Cowb auctioned off toilets from their Texas Stadium locker room earlier this month. They might want to do the same now for the one in the TV booth, what with John Madden making it famous during a conference call......
  • Christmas turducken: A whole lot of a good thing

    Christmas turducken: A whole lot of a good thing
    At first glance, it looks like a roast turkey on steroids. Slice into it and there's layer after layer of meats and stuffings. It's a glorious monster of a roast, a guaranteed showstopper at any holiday dinner. Forget Dickens' prized turkey -- this bird...
  • Thirteen New Inductees To Join California Museum's Hall Of Fame

    Thirteen New Inductees To Join California Museum's Hall Of Fame
    Celebrating its fourth year in existance, the California Museum released the name of thirteen public figures to be inducted into the California Hall of Fame this December. The thirteen inductees, among which include entertainer Carol Burnett, film-...
  • Lane Shift

    Lane Shift
    Lane Kiffin has done it again. Gotten another high profile football head coaching job. After spending 1 year as the 32 year old coach for the Oakland Raiders, and spending this past season ticking everybody off in the SEC as Tenneessee's Head Honcho,...
  • Super Bowl XLIV loyalties are complex for Archie Manning

    Super Bowl XLIV loyalties are complex for Archie Manning
    For a two weeks, media from around the country and the globe have been trying to solve the riddle of Peyton Manning. His complex line of scrimmage calls and audibles, his quick reactions when looking for receivers, pinpoint throws and his knack to...
  • The Boys are Back

    The Boys are Back
    On the eve of the Cowboy's home opener in the new stadium, the stars are shining. The grand opening gala for Cowboys Stadium is attracting all the big names. Their arrival turned into a red carpet affair. Some of the biggest names in football are given...
  • Memorial for Coryell to be held today at SDSU

    Memorial for Coryell to be held today at SDSU
    A memorial ceremony will be held at San Diego State University today for former Chargers and Aztecs football head coach Don Coryell. Coryell, who is credited with helping revolutionize football's passing game, died of pneumonia at the age of 85 on July 1...
  • Fans, sports greats honor legacy of Coach Coryell

    Fans, sports greats honor legacy of Coach Coryell
    Former San Diego State and Chargers football coach Don Coryell was memorialized Monday by about 3,000 former players, coaching colleagues and fans during a moving and often humorous service on the SDSU campus. Some wearing the black and red of of the San...
  • Working the angles

    Working the angles
    That UFO you might see whizzing over Thursday night's Florida State-North Carolina State football game is not just a camera -- it's the link between televised football and the video games they seek to mimic. When the Seminoles line up against the...
  • Commentary: The fine print on Soldier Field

    Everybody knows the sinking feeling you get after you shake hands on a deal, then realize you've been snookered. It might happen at a used car lot. And now, as Chicagoans may be coming to realize, it can also happen when your mayor signs off on a massive...